|Toy Feature||Training||Training||Training||Training||Squeaky, Training, Exercise, Outdoor|
|Material||Plastic, Polypropylene||Plastic, Polypropylene||Plastic, Polypropylene||Wood||Plastic, Rubber, Thermoplastic Rubber|
|Breed Size||Large Breeds||Small Breeds||Small Breeds||Small Breeds||Small Breeds|
|Toy Type||Games & Puzzles||Games & Puzzles||Games & Puzzles||Games & Puzzles||Games & Puzzles|
The moment Kronus hears me pick up the ball from the wire rack where it lives the "talking" begins. Hurry up! Hurry up! I can hear you putting treats in it! We had tried the green Starmark Treat Chew Ball but it was too tough for him even though he is a Husky/Shepherd mix. He did have distemper as a pup so teeth aren't very good. This works great. He has to work at batting it around to get the treats to fall out so entertains him for a good bit but does not require the bite strength of the other one.
Our dog loves the ball, and she has also tried to crack it open. It's really loud when it bounces off the furniture and my spouse is less happy about that. But the dog loves it when I bring it out. I have to put it away between uses or she would work at breaking it in two.
My dog had surgery and she was bored. I decided to try a puzzle game I had and she had trouble getting it. So I bought 2 more games and this tumble ball was too easy. It may be enough for another dog
My dog is a very fussy eater. We rotate through different kibble flavors regularly and sprinkle on crumbled Meal Mixers. When all else fails, I can put a handful of kibble into this rugged ball, and he will push it around, eating all of his kibs. I guess he likes to work for his dinner!
got this for my 7 yr old dog & my 12 yr old shepherd took it---she loves it as does my 7 yr old. My older girl has a similar toy that part of her meal is in but a previous dog managed to break the adjustable opening so it's easy to use.
My 9month old puppy quickly figured out how to get food out of this. He chases it around the house until it’s empty or falls down the steps and it hasn’t broken!
There is no maze within the ball so the all treats just fall right out with the first roll of the ball!! It is a good quality plastic though.
I like this ball because Sadie cannot destroy it. She often chases it around even when there is not food or treats in it. Sadie is not great at eating her food and this is the way we get her to do this when she is having a "bad" food day.
My timid lil fellow has completely come out of his shell with this toy! He will play with this ball for hours and hours! he will chase the ball as it zooms around the room. He gets so excited when a treat falls out.
My dog got super excited playing with this when I first gave it to him! I just wish there was a better way to load treats/food into it. I bought it hoping it could be a slow feeder for dinner a couple times a week but it takes way too long to put food in through that little hole.